“I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.”
― Oscar Wilde
As a child, I was always over sensitive. Or I thought I was, I never had a grasp on what emotion I was feeling. I used to cry when I was angry, laugh when I was confused and shut down when I was overwhelmed.
But as I grew up I saw that I was not the only one stuck in this rocking boat in the middle of a whirlwind. …
Love and loss are two sides of the same coin: if you know love, you are bound to experience loss. Everyone who is looking for an emotional entanglement is just striving for the better part of love and loss equation. And that is exactly where our emotions get the best of us.
When we are vigorously looking for our one true love, our the one, we tend to forget that there are going to be some losses along the way and we are bound to learn from those mistakes. …
For everyone who is not familiar with the Schrodinger’s cat experiment here is a very brief explanation in the simplest of terms —
In 1935, Erwin Schrodinger in an attempt to criticize Copenhagen interpretation of quantum physics proposed an experiment where a cat is placed in a box with the sealed vial of poison that will break open at a random time since no one knows if and when the poison is released until the box is opened the cat can be thought of as both, alive and dead.
The point being the existence of the cat is both, alive and dead till the box is closed, it is only by opening the box that we can know which is which. …